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How US-Iran Tensions Could Upset American Interests in Northeast Asia
January 10, 2020

How US-Iran Tensions Could Upset American Interests in Northeast Asia

By Francesco Sassi
U.S.-Iran tensions could backfire on U.S. interests in Northeast Asia, thanks to the rising importance of LNG in the region’s energy mix.
An Endgame for Beijing in the US-China Trade Negotiations
January 10, 2020

An Endgame for Beijing in the US-China Trade Negotiations

By Chen Gong
Creating a long-term mechanism should be the primary objective of U.S.-China trade negotiations.

How the Modi Administration Is Hamstringing the Indian Economy
January 10, 2020

How the Modi Administration Is Hamstringing the Indian Economy

By Shezad Lakhani
Uncertainty and fear are sapping India’s economic potential.

A Gloomy Outlook for Thailand in 2020
January 10, 2020

A Gloomy Outlook for Thailand in 2020

By Erin Cook
The outlook for the year looks quite dim for the country due to a string of external and internal developments.

Malaysia 1MDB Scandal: Recordings Deepen Najib Scrutiny
January 09, 2020

Malaysia 1MDB Scandal: Recordings Deepen Najib Scrutiny

By Associated Press
The audio recordings could mark a new blow to the former premier.
Malaysia-India Relations: What Does a Palm Oil Ban Mean Amid the Kashmir Dispute Fallout?
January 09, 2020

Malaysia-India Relations: What Does a Palm Oil Ban Mean Amid the Kashmir Dispute Fallout?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Reports of an effective ban are just the latest indicator of how an ongoing diplomatic row dating back to last year has complicated bilateral ties.

The Trouble With Indonesia’s Infrastructure Obsession
January 09, 2020

The Trouble With Indonesia’s Infrastructure Obsession

By Trissia Wijaya and Samuel Nursamsu
The state's narrative of economic development oversimplifies complex structural problems.
The Bigger Problem Behind Cambodia’s Building Collapses
January 09, 2020

The Bigger Problem Behind Cambodia’s Building Collapses

By David Hutt
The recent spate of incidents raises a broader concern about safety standards in the country.

Across Asia, Economic Outlook Precarious
January 09, 2020

Across Asia, Economic Outlook Precarious

By Catherine Putz
Slowing growth in East Asia is matched with small recoveries in South and Central Asia in the latest World Bank forecast.

Vietnam Shipbuilding Capabilities in the Headlines With Patrol Vessel Deliveries to Nigeria
January 09, 2020

Vietnam Shipbuilding Capabilities in the Headlines With Patrol Vessel Deliveries to Nigeria

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The developments highlight Hanoi’s ongoing ambitions to increase the global reach of its shipbuilding capabilities.

Can Timor-Leste Achieve a Balanced Development?
January 08, 2020

Can Timor-Leste Achieve a Balanced Development?

By Joao da Cruz Cardoso
The principal idea of development for Timor-Leste should be the wellbeing of the people rather than economic numerical indicators.
How North Korea Uses ‘Students’ and ‘Trainees’ Overseas to Bypass UN Sanctions 
January 04, 2020

How North Korea Uses ‘Students’ and ‘Trainees’ Overseas to Bypass UN Sanctions 

By Tae-jun Kang
A deadline for recalling North Korean workers has passed, but some have stayed or returned abroad by simply changing their visa type.

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